Haircare & Texture Types
Tell us - what's your hair type? Types, porosity, texture and more are some of the best indicators to help you establish the healthiest hair care routine…
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DID YOU KNOW: Having high porosity hair means that your hair is extremely porous—a sign of this would be if your hair quickly absorbs water and moisture. On the flip side, low porosity hair means that your hair does not quickly absorb water and moisture. Instead, water and product tend to sit on top of the hair, rather than penetrate it. We've lined up the must-have tips and products to care for your hair's porosity! What are you waiting for? Get the full list here.
Curly girls, are you looking for a new hair regimen to revamp your strands? The first step to discovering your healthy hair care routine is finding out your hair's porosity. If you have high porosity hair, you may notice that it takes longer for your strands to absorb moisture. We have the ultimate list of products to add to your hair care regimen to care for your high porosity hair and promote long, healthy curls. Learn more here!
Low porosity sisters, this one's for you! Treat your curls to the moisture and shine they deserve. We've got all the tips and products you need to increase your hair's ability to retain moisture so it’s stronger, shinier, healthier, and can grow longer. Don't wait, check out our top 10 hair care tips and the best products for low porosity hair here!
Knowing your hair type, texture and porosity will help you create the perfect hair care routine. Confused about what hair type you have? Our guide will help you determine if you have low porosity vs. high porosity hair, and how to care for it using our all-natural hair care products. Check out our tips and tricks to start your Naturalista journey here!
The first step to long, strong curls? Understanding them!! If you have low porosity hair, your hair might take a little longer to grow. We've lined up all the tips, tricks, and must-have products to identify and grow your hair! Promote long-term health for your low porosity hair, your curls deserve it. Start growin' longer, stronger hair now!
It's time to embrace those curls. Does your hair form tight coils? Is it prone to tangles and breakage, but maintains its shape and curl very easily? It sounds like you're a 4C, sister! Learn more about your locks and the best products to nourish their shine - click to hear more from our Mielle Maven experts. #haircare #type4c #4c
Black hair is full of beautiful, complex textures and curl patterns -- be sure to give your locks the TLC they deserve! Step one: Identify your hair type. Click to learn more about the various hair types and discover your rejuvenation routine. #MielleOrganics #MielleMaven #HairCareRoutine
The number one way to nourish your curls is to know your individual hair type. Not only does your hair type impact the way each strand locks in moisture, but it also can tell you a ton about the best hair care routine to maximize shine. Our experts break down everything you need to know about Black hair types from 1a to 4c! Learn more here. #MielleOrganics #CleanHairCare #HairTreatment
Researching your hair type can be a daunting feat, but it doesn't have to be! Did you know that factors like your hair follicle shape, density, and porosity make up your hair's texture and type? These factors determine how curly, voluminous, and hydrated your hair will be without any additional aid from products. We've compiled the ultimate guide to hair types -- learn more and identify yours here! #MielleOrganics #HairType
Are your curls thirsty for rejuvenation? When choosing a treatment to nourish your hair, it's important to take your hair type into consideration, which can determine what products will truly moisturize and refresh your locks. Our experts break down how to tell the difference between 4b and 4c curls, and which treatments are ideal for each! Learn more here. #MielleMaven